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Meeting Rooms Will Reopen on Nov. 15

Published by Mary Giunca / November 8, 2021

The library will reopen its meeting rooms to the public on Monday, Nov. 15 with a new reservation system. FCPL asks customers to continue to observe county guidelines by wearing masks when using meeting rooms, regardless of their vaccination status. Customers who want to reserve meeting rooms will need to call the location where they plan to hold their meeting.

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Flipster is Here for the Month of November

Published by Jamie Stroble / November 1, 2021

Digital magazine platform Flipster is offering our patrons access to free magazines for the entire month of November. All you need is a library card and an internet connection to get instant access to many popular titles.


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Tell Us What the Pandemic Has Been Like For You

Published by Mary Giunca / October 29, 2021

Share a memory. Draw a picture. Make a list. Tell us what the last two years have been like for you, in our Leave Your Mark journals. Your contributions will become a permanent part of FCPL's collection. Stop by one of our locations and ask how you can contribute.

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Virtual Program--Find Funding for Your Nonprofit

Published by Jody Lohman / October 9, 2021

We welcome you to an orientation to Foundation Directory Online on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Acquire techniques for searching the database and researching potential funding to support your nonprofit organization’s mission and programs. Sign up here . Registration closes 30 minutes before the start of the program.


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Winning Wednesdays: Spotlight on Business and Nonprofit Resources to Help You Succeed

Published by Jody Lohman / October 1, 2021

Discover free library resources that you can use to identify trends in your industry, research competition, identify sales prospects and find sources of supply. Join us for this virtual program every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. using this Zoom link.

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"Undesign the Redline" Exhibit Looks at Racism Through Housing and Neighborhoods

Published by Mary Giunca / September 15, 2021

Undesign the Redline, an interactive exhibit sponsored by The Winston-Salem Foundation, looks at the history of racism and inequality as it played out in neighborhoods, nationally and in Winston-Salem. Undesign the Redline will be on display through Saturday, Jan. 15 during Central Library's operating hours. The exhibit was created by Designing the We.

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